Category Archives: Law

Don’t write off Bato De la Rosa’s Korean Mafia claim just yet.

MET WITH much skepticism – at least in my Facebook timeline – is today’s news of Police Director General Ronald “Bato” De la Rosa’s press conference yesterday that some Korean mafia is responsible for the slay by policemen of South … Continue reading

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Democracy is not dead… it’s alive and screwing us all.

IN THE wake of the Supreme Court decision on the burial of Ferdinand E. Marcos at the Libingan ng mga Bayani (LNB) and, as of this writing, the victory of Donald Trump as president of the United States of America, … Continue reading

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The bigness of the 2016 elections, out of sight, under our noses

WHILE all eyes are turned to the Presidential polls, the local contests from Representative, Governor, mayor all the way down to Kagawad have slipped the attention of the nation, as if what happens right under our noses locally does not … Continue reading

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What ifs of Grace Poe’s disqualification, and when it happens

UP FOR decision in the Supreme Court are the two cases for disqualification of Grace Poe from running for President in this year’s national elections in May. The two issues in question are on her being a natural born citizen … Continue reading

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Is #Duterte for real?

ONCE again Rody Duterte courts the imagination of followers and skeptics as he bites his thumb at human rights advocates, saying that they’re wrong that he killed 700 people but rather the correct figure was 1,700. This next wild move … Continue reading

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Why Tax Issues Should Decide The 2016 Election Outcome

“THINGS as certain as Death and Taxes, can be more firmly believ’d,” stated Daniel Defoe in 1726 in his book entitled The Political History of the Devil . Defoe, a Presbyterian, believed that the devil was a participant in the history, fates and … Continue reading

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Egay Erice’s Unbelievably Terrible Role in Mar Roxas’ Campaign

IN ANY political campaign operations there is always a designated bad guy – that man whose task is to do things for a party that would be a bit too radical or even distasteful. The reasons why they do this … Continue reading

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